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The Husband and Wife Law Team Presents Chandler Teacher with $250 and a Peter Piper Pizza Party

Teacher Appreciation Contest

Arizona's Husband and Wife Law Team, serious injury attorneys, Mark and Alexis Breyer, have selected the next winner of their Teacher Appreciation Program.

October’s award goes to a Chandler teacher at Galveston Elementary school, Ms. Mary Lou Hernandez!

Mark Breyer presented Ms. Hernandez with her big check for $250 for classroom supplies and vouchers for a free pizza party for her class, courtesy of Peter Piper Pizza. More details can be found at https://www.breyerlaw.com/press-releases/teacher-appreciation-pizza-party.html

Ms. Mary Lou Hernandez - Teacher Appreciation Program

Ms. Mary Lou Hernandez - Teacher Appreciation Program

Mary Lou Hernandez: Galveston Elementary School, Chandler

Dean of Students, Mr. Chris Reuter, arranged the surprise presentation to take place during a routine staff meeting. Fourth grade teacher, Ms. Hernandez, received many nominations from peers and parents. She has been teaching for 15 years, and has been known to routinely dip into her own pockets in excess of $2,000 a year for her students!

One nomination glowed that she "teach[es] [her students] not only the standard curriculum, but also the importance of honesty and respect for their peers,” and that she says “the best recognition comes from her students."

A sincere congratulations to Ms. Hernandez!

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Dipping into Their Pockets

In 2010, the National School Supply and Equipment Association (NSSEA) found that 92 percent of teachers spend significant amounts of their own money on classroom necessities and teaching materials.

Over $1.33 billion dollars was spent, in fact, out of the pockets of U.S. teachers to provide for their students.

"Helping valley children through our Teacher Appreciation program has been such a great experience so far, and we hope to continue to raise awareness about the needs of Arizona classrooms. We have met some of the most amazing, caring teachers through this program and we know there are many more out there, we can’t wait to meet them all," exclaimed injury lawyer Alexis Breyer.

Thank a Teacher Today!

The Husband and Wife Law Team’s Teacher Appreciation Program is accepting nominations through the rest of the 2012-2013 school year. In every child’s educational career, there is always at least one teacher who left a positive impression on your child. Thank a teacher today by nominating him or her for this program!

Nominations are accepted at https://www.breyerlaw.com/lawyers-for-teachers/.

One teacher is selected each month to win a $250 gift card for classroom supplies, and a pizza party for his or her class courtesy of Peter Piper Pizza. Any and all Arizona teachers are eligible, from elementary through high school. Encourage your friends and family to submit their nominations as well by sharing the website through Facebook, email, and any other social outlets you use. School administrators are encouraged to participate as well, to recognize an outstanding teacher (or several!) for their efforts, by placing a link to the web site on their school site.

A Community Law Team

Since 1996, the Husband and Wife Law Team have been practicing solely serious injury and wrongful death law. They handle all injury cases, including; auto accidents, construction site accidents, motorcycle accidents, trucking accidents, dog bite incidents, slip and fall accidents, and any other injuries caused by someone else’s negligence.

Attorney Mark Breyer has earned his certification as a specialist in injury and wrongful death law by the Arizona State Bar, and has graced the cover of several magazines for his achievements, including being named Top 5 injury attorney two years in a row by North Valley magazine. Mark and Alexis Breyer were featured as Attorneys of the Month in Attorney at Law magazine, and the firm was also voted Best Law Firm by a subsection of the Arizona Tribune.


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